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October 20, 1961 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-20

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The world's production of cav-
iar amounts to 2,000 tons—of
which 90 per cent is being pro-
duced by Russia.

GEORGE ORNSTEIN

Certified Master Watchmaker
and Jeweler

THE FINEST JEWELRY,
WATCHES AND SERVICE

South Of Seven

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OPEN MON., THURS. to 9

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Strictly Kosher Meats — Poultry

Originators of The Hollywood Roast

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OVEN READY POULTRY AS WELL AS
KOSHER AND PARVE FRESH AND FROZEN MOOS,
and KOSHER DELICATESSEN

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Meat Dealers Association
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Blast Injures
Eichmann Aide.

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—An ex-
porter using the name George
Fisher, who was wounded by the
blast of a parcel post bomb in
a Damascus postoffice, was iden-
tified as Alois Brunner, one of
Adolf Eichmann's top Gestapo
aides in the slaughter of Euro-
pean Jewry during the war.
Brunner, whose name came up
during –the trial of Eichmann,
was known in Eichmann head-
quarters as "Brunner Number
One," to distinguish him from
his brother, Anton, another Eich-
maim aide. Anton was tried for
his. war crimes by a court in
Vienna and hanged.
During the Vienna trial, the
prosecution stressed that both
brothers were equally guilty and
Alois Brunner was accused of
sending 48,000 Vienna Jews to
death camps. He was also charged
with having supervised the
liquidation of Jewish communi-
ties in Greece, France, Slovakia,
Austria and Germany and the
transport of those Jews to death
camps. Dieter Wisliceny, another
Eichmann aide, testified at the
Nuremberg trials that Alois Brun-
ner was one of the most cruel
officials in Eichmann headquar-
ters.
Reports received here follow-
ing the close of the Eichmann
trial in August indicated that
Austrian police had renewed
their search for Brunner who
disappeared. Subsequent reports
suggested that the • missing Ges-
tapo official had fled to Egypt
and that after the Egyptian-
Syrian unification into the United
Arab Republic, he went to Da-
mascus. There, as George Fisher,
he reportedly helped to organize
the Syrian intelligence service
and then went into the export-
import business. Most recently
he was reported to be engaged
In supplying arms to the Al-
gerian rebels.

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graph considered by observ- vast one, according to the C
has talked, both in the Middle ers here as highly significant mission, involving approxi
East and since his return to In this paragraph, the PCC. ly 450,000 parcels of land.
Headquarters, have received him calls the attention of Assem-
In connection with Arab
in a friendly manner, manifested bly delegations to two "work- ugee bank accounts in Isr
a deep interest in seeking prog- ing papers" issued several formerly blocked but now u
ress, and given him their views years ago dealing with "The frozen by the Israel Govern-
freely and frankly."
Question of Reintegration by ment, the Commission reported
The report then implies that, Repatriation or R e s e t t 1 e- that "as of June 30, 1961,
so far, Dr. Johnson has not yet ment" and "The Question of there had been released (by
been able to get agreement be- Compensation." Thus the Israel) a total of 2,790,045
tween Israel and the Arab Commission bolstered t h e pounds sterling of the accounts
states on the refugee question, view that repatriation of the of refugees and absentee own-
but holds out the hope that the refugees is not the only pos- ers."
Commission may be able to re- sible solution, and that rein-
According to the Commision,
port "progress" soon.
tegration a n d resettlement Jordan, Lebanon and the Un-
The Commission's r e p or t must also be considered; as ited Arab Republic have now
Israel has constantly de- agreed to permit refugees in
stated:
"While declaring that it was manded.
their areas to withdraw those
No indication was given as to accounts through Ba s Bank
not yet possible to submit firm
conclusions, Dr. Johnson in- when a further PCC report in- and negotiat .
formed the Commission that dicating "progress on the refu- Syrian Arab Republic on this
high officials of the host coun- gee question" may be expected.
n er
is ex-
tries and of Israel had ex- The Assembly's Special
pected that the release
era-
the tion will start in the near fu-
pressed the view that it might ical Committee has pl
Arab
refugee
que
next to ture," the Commission reported.
be possible to take practical
steps with regard to the refu- the last item o • s agenda so
The Commission also report-
gee problem without prejudice that it may of be reached ed at
refugee account
to the positions of the govern- until late .vember or early
led
ments on other aspects of the December. t was presumed
`Palestine question.' While it here that further report from
clearly would not be possible at the PCC • the refugee issue
agreed
this stage to develop an accept- may be d before the com- permit refuge
apply for
is begun.
able set of detailed proposals, mittee de
the unfr .
nds but so far
Regardin e Commission's th .
the Commission hopes, in the
ment "remains unim-
light of Dr., Johnson's report, other activitie ,
mented." The Commission
to be able to make suggestions ported that it is continuing asserted in its report that its
in the near future with respect with its work of identification help to refugees for obtaining
to methods of procedure that and evaluation of refugee prop- these funds "remains . avail-
Might lead to progress on the erty ih Israel. The task is a able."
refugee question."
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After reporting briefly on
other activities, such as Is-
rael's release of Arab refugee
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bank accounts, the Commis-
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ewish Cong

, (JTA —A two-
Reform congregation,
ch still does not have a
ome of its own, was disclose
to be using the
Protestant church
ous functions.
The four chu
extended th
elping
e first Jewish c
in
are the First
Unitarian Church, the first Pres-
byterian Church, the Plymouth
Church and Spencer Memorial
Presbyterian Church.
The 125 Jewish worshipers
hold weekly Sabbath services at
the Unitarian Church, have their
religious school at the First
Presbyterian Church, hold their

1961 'Og .10 q0330 `SUP .'d

Hopeful Note Introduced in Palestine
Conciliation Report to UN Assembly

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